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Homebuyer Education Workshop

Thinking about purchasing a home, and you do not know where to start? This online workshop provides step-by-step details on the homeownership process. It also describes how to establish or re-establish credit, and what to do if there is excessive debt. The workshop will also cover key information and describe different types of financing options that might help you become a homeowner.

Improve Credit Workshop

Today’s economy runs on Credit and Good Credit is the key to improving your financial situation. Good credit can be the make-or-break detail that determines whether you'll get a mortgage or rental home, car loan or even a job. This workshop will help you to learn how to improve your credit, the factors that make up your credit score, how to fix errors and re-establish good credit.  Also, learn where to get your Free Credit Report and connect to Free Nonprofit Credit Counselors who can provide no-cost credit, budget, and housing counseling.

Student Loan & Effects on Homeownership Workshop

The rapidly increasing tuition rates have led to increased borrowing for college. As of 2009, education debt has overtaken credit cards as the second largest type of consumer debt. This workshop will talk about student loans and the effects that it has on homeownership. The workshop also shares information on how to achieve homeownership through first-time homebuyer programs and other financing options.

Managing Your Money Workshop

Make the most of your money with our free Managing Your Money workshops. This workshop will discuss topics such as how to create a household budget to achieve your financial goals. This workshop will also discuss the importance of spending plans and budgeting, savings plans, different ways to pay for things, making your money go further, and bank options.

New CFPB Rules & Forms Workshop

Taking out a mortgage is one of the biggest financial decisions a consumer will ever make. This workshop will talk about the new “Know before Your Owe” mortgage forms that will replace the existing federal disclosures. The new CFPB Rules and Forms will help consumers understand their options, choose the deal that is best for them, and avoid costly surprises at the closing table. This workshop will also help you better understand the new forms better and help you assess whether you can afford the loan, including the cost of the loan over time.